From beginning to end, “The Drug King” is a fun film. The acting is strong and there is a compelling plot throughout the film. moviefree8k It is often lost in the usual clichés of characters who are tired, as well as inconsistencies in plot that mean that the movie can become a bit repetitive at times. The main issue is simple to resolve, but it could also be that the characters are more complicated than most people think. However, the film is still an enjoyable action film with some enjoyable characters.

Russell Brand plays the role of David Kleinfeld, the main character. He is transformed from a drug dealer with a bad reputation into a kingpin in the world of drugs. The reason he is unique is due to several factors, including his street smarts and ambition, his skills in manipulating and, of course the wealth that makes it possible for him to assume the intimidating role of the drug kingpin. Kleinfeld is convicted of murder in 1968. He claims to be just an ordinary person who does “what people do”. Although he is wrongfully detained for 18 years, he eventually manages to surrender to the police and confesses to the murder.

Brand portrays David Kleinfeld, the most morally upright person you could ask to lead. We find out that the reason for this is that his family was suffering from hunger during the Korean War, forcing him to find a job in order to feed them. He returns home to discover his family members dead, and realizes he must rise above his circumstances to make an impact on his life. He decides to launch his own drug business, using his connections and wealth to help him succeed.

Although the film might appear to portray David Kleinfeld as a good person, we soon discover that the only way he can succeed is if he subliminally convinces the South Korean police and the American agents who are guarding him that he is a drug lord. After he has made his point then he tries to convince the authorities that Kleinfeld is innocent by using all the methods available to him. One of his persuasive strategies is to create false trails that guide authorities in the wrong direction.

A major theme of the movie is the deterioration of trust between the police officers and the drug kingpin. It is interesting to note that this theme has been echoed throughout much of south Korea’s recent past, where the previous regime was widely accused of corruption and inefficiency. At first Kim Il Sung’s idealistic vision seems to rule the country, but soon corruption took over. The lesson to learn here is that although the government may appear to be doing well, it usually is the responsibility of the people (led by the song yang-ho) to take care of the house.

Although the movie is set in and around Seoul the film has been criticized by many viewers. criticised it for its heavy focus on the characters in the North. The characters even had their own TV commercial using the same theme, which plays over Kang-ho, which is the song in North Korea for “cocaine.” While some have suggested this was merely a commercial for the movie some have pointed out that the drug kingpin is wearing the same outfit that is an official North Korean prison uniform, which is identical to the uniforms of the elite soldiers. While there have been reports that Kim Jong-il was completely obsessed with the idea of wearing the same uniform, no one is quite sure.

The film received a rousing reception, regardless of what critics say. It portrayed the life and struggles of a North Korean citizen living under corrupt government. It’s a reminder of the human situation for those who don’t live on the peninsula, and scenes are shown in which convicts are transported across the border in buses. The film does not address the topic of drugs in detail however the meaning is evident. The current situation cannot be used to answer the question about how much influence China’s governing system has on its people.

There is no doubt that the movie “Cocaine” will continue to draw attention from the American public. It remains to be seen if it highlights the growing problems of the relationship between the US and Western world with drugs. It remains to be to be seen if the Chinese government will see the film as a way of covering up the Chinese role in drug trade. Perhaps the public will be more open to the link following the rise of the Korean Yakuza boss.


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